Zidane Could Become Next Manager Of France (SEE DETAILS)

Former Real Madrid manager, Zinedine Zidane has said it is “logical” to think about becoming France head coach after playing for Les Bleus for a long time.

The 1998 World Cup winner is widely regarded as the natural successor to Les Bleus boss, Didier Deschamps.

After the 2022 World Cup final defeat, it was rumoured that Zidane might be given the job, but Deschamps’ contract was renewed until June 2026.

However, Zidane still dreams of leading his country out in the foreseeable future.

He told GQ Magazine:

“I’ve often said that when you know the France team as a player, and you become a coach, it’s just logical to think about it. But now is not the time.

“When I was in Cannes, I wanted to go to Bordeaux. Then I wanted to play at Juve and then Madrid because it was a different and stronger experience each time.

“We just call it ambition. I have always been ambitious and I have always believed in myself. I rush.”

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